ZorgvlietkerkSteunfonds

zondag 23 november 2014

“Music-Meister Telemann”

Concerto Valiante

Roberto Bando, traverso Fumiko Morie & Noyuri Hazama, barokviool Jenny Lierud, barokcello Leonardo Valiante, klavecimbel

met werken van Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)

18th Century musicians

  • Waar?Prins Mauritslaan 10, 2582 LR Den Haag
  • Wanneer?Zondag 23 november 2014
  • Hoe laat?Aanvang 16.00 uur - inloop vanaf 15.30 uur
  • Entree?Toegang vrij, met collecte na afloop concert

Programma

Quartet in G major, TWV 43:G12 For traverso, two violins and basso continuo – Dolce – Allegro – Soave – Vivace Trio Sonata No. 4 in A major from “Essercizii Musici”, TWV 42:A6 For traverso, harpsichord and bass – Largo – Allegro – Largo – Vivace Trio Sonata No.3 in D minor from “Trietti methodici”, TWV 42:d1 For two violins and basso continuo – Allegro – Largo – Allegro Quartet in G major, TWV 43:G10 For traverso, two violins and basso continuo – Vivace – Andante – Vivace

Musicians:

Roberto Bando, traverso Born in Mexico City, Roberto studied recorder (Bachelor Program) at the Music Faculty of Mexico’s National University with M. Díez-Canedo and traverso with V. Touzet. In 2003, he moved to the Netherlands to study with Wilbert Hazelzet at The Hague’s Royal Conservatory and with Marten Root at the Amsterdam Conservatory where he obtained his Bachelor Degree on traverso. He was awarded the grants “For studies abroad Fonca”- Mexico, and the Delta Scholarship -The Netherlands. Roberto has played with ensembles and orchestras such as Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht, Il Concerto Barocco, The Northern Consort, Orchestra van Wassenaer, Académie Mozart Europeéne, Czech Baroque Ensemble, members of the Handel & Haydn Society-Boston, Sweelinck Baroque Orchestra, etc. He has performed in countries like Germany, Spain, France, Czech Republic, The Netherlands, Poland, Spain, USA and Mexico at several international festivals (such as Antiqva-Barcelona, International de Belfort, Cervantino, Centro Histórico). Besides taking part in radio-television broadcasts and CD recordings, Roberto has been guest teacher and lecturer in Mexico (National University of Mexico, University of Veracruz) and the Czech Republic (Brno Conservatory, Kelc Early Music Courses). Cofounder of the ensembles Melante’s Band and Eco de Indias, he is currently first flute of the Luthers Bach Ensemble (Groningen). Roberto is also a baroque flute maker and opened his own workshop in The Netherlands, after having studied with Marten Root, Fridtjof Aurin (Dusseldorf) and Paul Beekhuizen (Delft University of Technology).
Noyuri Hazama Noyuri Hazama, baroque violin Born in Japan, Noyuri graduated with Honors from the “Toho Gakuen School of Music” in 2010, as student of Werner Hink, Akiko Tatsumi and Yoshio Unno. In 2009 she started studying baroque violin at the Early Music Department of the same institute. Noyuri won Third Prize in “All Japan Students’ Music Competition” (2003); First Prize in “Japan-Germany Exchange Festival” (2004), “Encouragement Award” in “Japan Mozart Music Competition” (2004) and the Best player award from “Just a String Seminar” (2005). Noyuri was granted scholarships from the “Meiji Yasuda Cultural Foundation” (2007/08) and from the “Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs” (2014/2015). Since 2004, she has played many concerts in the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Germany, Korea, Spain, France and performs annually, since 2007, for “La Folle Journee au Japon”. In 2011 she played with Werner Hink, Antony Spiri and principal players of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra at the “Kusatsu International Summer Music Festival”. In 2013 Noyuri played with the Kuijken family and Robert Kohnen at the “Fukuoka Early Music Festival”. In 2012/13 she gave violin recitals with Masato Suzuki in Tokyo, and in 2014 she performed with members of the Orchestra of the 18th Century conducted by Frans Bruggen. Noyuri is member of “Classical Players Tokyo” (Masahiro Arita), “Bach Collegium Japan” (Masaaki Suzuki) and concertmaster of “Majora Canamus Tokyo” amongst others. Currently, she’s studying baroque violin with Ryo Terakado at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag.
 Fumiko Morie Fumiko Morie, baroque violin Originally from Japan, Fumiko Morie obtained her Bachelor degree in classical violin at Toho Gakuen School of Music (Tokyo) in 2009 where she studied both classical and baroque violin. In order to pursue her studies of baroque violin, Fumiko moved to Den Haag, The Netherlands to study at the Koninklijk Conservatorium. Her teacher is Ryo Terakado. She is founder of the “Duo L’air de cordes” (duo violin – traverso), working with Kristen Huebner. Since 2013, this duo played around 20 concerts all over The Netherlands (in places such as Amsterdam, Utrecht, Leiden, Den Haag, Hilversum). In July 2013, Fumiko had a successful recital with Elisabeth Fadel (harpsichord) in De Krijtberg in Amsterdam. She also collaborates with many other chamber music ensembles specializing in baroque and classical music on period instruments. She cooperated with various orchestras (highlighting Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra) and participated in master classes in Japan, The Netherlands or Turkey among others and festivals such as Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht. She has worked with artists as Ton Koopman, Hidemi Suzuki, Wilbert Hazelzet, Barthold Kuijken, Masahiro Arita, Martha Argerich, Gidon Kremer, Myung-Whun Chung amongst others. In 2014 she played in a project of the Orchestra of the 18th Century conducted by Frans Bruggen. In 2014 she joined the Orchestre Francais des Jeunes conducted by Christophe Coin.
Jenny Lieru Jenny Lieru, baroque cello Baroque and modern cellist from Stockholm, Sweden. She has a broad spectre of repertoire from Swedish folk music to newly composed music, but Early Music is what is closest to her heart. Jenny’s musical grounding is the traditional Swedish folk music -both playing and singing- and she’s devoted to find new ways to perform it and combine with other genres. She equally enjoys playing solo, chamber music and basso continuo. Jenny is member of the baroque quintet Castor, the ensemble Utile Dulci specializing on Swedish baroque and rococo composers, the Swedish-Norwegian folk music duo Svorsk and the baroque collective Bastard Barock. In 2013 Jenny toured with the ensemble Trio All’Antico in Småland, Southern Sweden, performing a renaissance-baroque music program. She also played with Svenska Bachsällskapet in Stockholm and performed Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas in Piteå. She has, together with a violinist, composed the music and participated in, both as musician and actor, in the play “Sol-Lisa” and the children’s play “The Ugly Duckling” at Skansen, in Stockholm. She has a bachelor in music from Norges Musikkhøgskole, Oslo, Norway, where she studied cello with Aage Kvalbein, a bachelor in early music from Kungliga Musikhögskolan, Stockholm, where she studied baroque cello with Eva Maria Thür, Mime Yamahiro Brinkmann, Ann Wallström and Dan Laurin. She studies now baroquecello with Lucia Swarts at the Royal Conservatorium in The Hague.
Leonardo Valiante Leonardo Valiante, harpsichord Leonardo was born in Montevideo, Uruguay, and began his music studies at the Virgilio Scarabelli School of music. In 1989 he graduated as piano teacher at the Conservatory Falleri Balzo and followed postgraduate studies with Nelly Langone de Trócolli at the Superior Institute of Uruguay. Later he began studying harpsichord with Eduardo Gilardoni and Carlos Levin at the Anglo Institute in Montevideo. He followed master classes with José Gonzalez Uriol, Rosana Lanzelotte and Yves Rechsteiner. After obtaining the diploma A, he was invited to play with the Orchestra of SODRE, conducted by Roberto Montenegro. In 1996 he began studying harpsichord with Jacques Ogg at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. He graduated on contemporary music harpsichord with Annelie de Man at the Sweelinck Conservatory in 2002. In 2001 he played with the North Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Erik Klas. Since 2000 he has been accompanist of the choirs VocAnimo and the Iris. He conducted excerpts of the opera Orlando by Handel with the soloists Stephanie Gericke, Alexandra d’Espinoza and Leandro Marziotte; later, he presented the whole opera in Naaldwijk. In 2011 he offered a concert in the Nelly Goitiño’s Hall in Montevideo, Uruguay, with violinist Clara Kruk and cellist Rodrigo Riera. In 2014, he performed a concert in the Houtrust church with traverso Roberto Bando and highlights of the opera Rodelinda of Händel in Warmond and in The Hague. In October, he conducted the complete opera Rodelinda with the soloists Charlotte Munnik, Mattias Pavlous, Jean-Sebastien Beauvais, Victoria Cassano, Niels Berentsen and João Paixão, in The Hague.